Staff Spotlight: Carissa Trenton, Communications & Fund Development

Carissa Trenton, Comms & Fund Development

Carissa Trenton, Comms & Fund Development

Carissa works to enhance Family Service Regina’s communications and broadcast media outreach through creative writing and designing both online and print materials. In addition, she works on strategic fund development, our legacy giving program, monthly donor, donor stewardship and direct mail and e-mail campaigns. She holds a certificate in Marketing and is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators.

“My career in PR began in 2010, first, in retail- representing a well-known auto giant before moving into the charitable sector. I have always enjoyed volunteering and giving back to the community so making the transition was not only easy, it was right for me.” Said, Carissa.

 

When she’s not busy executing campaign ideas and nourishing our brand, you can find her spending time with her nine-year-old son; Kyden, hiking Wascana Trails, walking her chihuahua or just hanging out with family and friends. Learn more about Carissa in our Staff Spotlight:

 

  1. What do you think is the most important quality you need to have for success?

Digging deep and finding the ability to embrace your failures and mustering the courage to try again.

 

  1. What do you value most about your job?

I believe in Family Service Regina and, that their mission, to empower and educate our community- will lead to a stronger Saskatchewan. This organization is a small collective of fantastic individuals striving to have a positive impact on our society and I value being a part of that. 

 

  1. Which day of the work week are you the most productive?

Every day, silly! Lol

 

  1. What has been your favorite project at Family Service Regina?

The #GivingTuesdayCA social media blitz. That was so much fun! We had such a great time with the Regina Police Service and Chief Evan Bray, we were able to inform the public of our programs and services and share our collaborative efforts with their domestic violence unit.   

 

  1. What is your personal philosophy?

“Every word has consequences, every silence, too.”

 

 

If you have any questions for Carissa, comment below!

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